I’ve been neglecting my German lessons, so to punish myself I will post in Deutsch today.

Hallo, ihr süßen! Wie geht’s? 😀

Ich bin um sieben Uhr aufgestanden…und Ich will schlafen. 😛

Es ist so weit, meine Fotos von meinem trip mit JM. Wir waren 2 Tage in Tagaytay und hatten sehr viel Spaß.

Grüß dich!

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Ich liebe Tee!

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Wir gingen chinesisch essen. Äußerst leckere Sachen, muss ich schon sagen. 😛

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Ich hoffe die Bilder gefallen euch und bis zum nächsten post!

So das war mein Blog eintrag! Wenn es euch gefallen hat dann folgt mir doch und hinterlasst mir ein Kommentar!

Tschüss~!!

(PS can native German speakers please critique my post? Haha! I know I probably did pretty badly, but I really want to learn so feedback will be appreciated. Danke!)

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9 thoughts on “I’ve been neglecting my German lessons, so to punish myself I will post in Deutsch today.

  1. Hallo!

    Ich auch spreche eine bisschen Deutsch aber keine gut. 😛

    I am better off reading but not composing sentences 😀

    Sorry for intruding here ha ha but it’s interesting to see others learning the language too!

    Mit besten Grüßen Fraulein!

    Tschüss!

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  2. I’m surprised how good your german is ._.
    There are small mistakes, that are even made by some native speakers, but I never thought you’re that good at german D:

    “Hallo, ihr süßen!” -> “Hallo ihr Süßen!”
    Remove the comma since you’re still greeting with “ihr Süßen!”.
    Süßen should be writen with a capital S, since it’s refering to a group of persons, so it becomes a noun.

    “und Ich will schlafen.” -> “und ich will schlafen.”
    “ich” does not get a capital i since it’s not at the beginning of the sentence.

    “Ich hoffe die Bilder gefallen euch und bis zum nächsten post!” -> “Ich hoffe die Bilder haben euch gefallen und bis zum nächsten Post!”
    You can say “Ich hoffe die Bilder gefallen euch” if you would add pictures after that sentence, since it is meaning, that you hope people will like them when they see it. “Ich hoffe die Bilder haben euch gefallen” is meaning, that you hope that people liked the pictures they saw.
    “und bis zum nächsten Post!”
    Post should have a capital P because it is a noun. There is also a german rule for Verbs and a few keywords. The rule is “Nach vom, zum, beim, schreibe Verben niemals klein.” Here are some examples:
    – “zum Essen bleiben”
    – “vom Essen übrig geblieben”
    – “beim Essen verschluckt”

    “Grüß dich!” -> “Schöne Grüße!”
    “Grüß dich!” is used to start a conversation. “Schöne Grüße!” is used to end a conversation.

    “So das war mein Blog eintrag!” -> “So, dies war mein Blogeintrag!”
    After “So” you mostly need the comma. You’re starting after the “So” with “das” (which we change to “dies”), so you need the comma between. “dies” means explicitly this. You can use “das”, but “dies” is the better option for this one. “Blogeintrag” is written together. (:

    “Wenn es euch gefallen hat dann folgt mir doch und hinterlasst mir ein Kommentar!” -> “Wenn es euch gefallen hat, dann folgt mir doch und hinterlasst mir einen Kommentar!”
    You need the comma between “hat” and “dann” since “dann” is a conjunction and “und” the only conjunction is where you don’t need a comma (there are some exception rules, but they’re not changing anything here).
    “ein Kommentar” means “one comment” but if you want to say “a comment” you use “einen Kommentar”.

    That are all mistakes I could find in this text. It’s not much and I’m surprised how well you can write german. How is your speaking? :3

    see you (:

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    1. OH MY GOD YOU HAVE A BLOG NOW! and thank you so much for the corrections, i appreciate them 😀 i’ll be sure to apply those the next time i attempt to write in German xD

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